August 7, 2018 - April 27, 2019 PoCo Heritage Museum and Archives PoCo Heritage Museum and Archives is thrilled to announce their annual Carol Hubbard Memorial Natural History Exhibit! Created in partnership with PoCo Heritage Trees, "The Secret Life of Trees" is a close-up and intimate look at the magnificent solitary giants that we live among. Join us for… Continue reading The Secret Life of Trees
Join us under the canopy of "The Secret Life of Trees" exhibit indoor forest on March 28th at 6:30 - 8:30 pm. This will be our final co-hosted event with the museum before the exhibit closes on April 27th. We will be screening the BBC documentary, "Oak Tree: Nature's Greatest Survivor". George McGavin investigates the… Continue reading Oak Tree: Nature’s Greatest Survivor
Make our community safer and healthier - plant more trees. We need BIG trees - here's why.... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyXDjOamDj8
Some great new additions to strengthen Port Coquitlam's tree bylaws are in the works.This happened in large part because residents expressed how MUCH they VALUE trees in our community. PLEASE come to the Open House on June 14th - let's push this one over the finish line!!! (Also do the online tree survey please). https://www.portcoquitlam.ca/city-services/environmental-services/lets-talk-trees/
It was a beautiful day for the 2018 May Day Parade and PoCo Heritage Trees was there in full costume and ready to entertain the crowds. Mother Nature, Green Man, butterflies, birds, forest nymphs and many others were there to protect our trees from the infamous Jack Lumber. Thank you to everyone who came out… Continue reading 2018 PoCo May Day Parade a Big Success
Some of the PoCo Heritage Tree team getting ready for the PoCo May Day Parade
Our Earth Day Heritage Tree Walk along the Donald Walkway was a great success. Thank you to everyone who came out on this beautiful and thank you to James Bobick for sharing your incredible wealth of knowledge.